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New uniforms help Dunfermline maintain professional image
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Feb '10
Sue Stedman Limited has announced the successful roll-out of a new corporate uniform for Dunfermline Building Society. The Dunfermline, which is part of the Nationwide Group, appointed Sue Stedman Ltd to manage the manufacture and roll-out of tailored uniforms for its 235 customer advisers and management staff that are located across the organisation's 34 branches.

The uniforms have been provided to deliver a professional appearance, yet offers choice to the wearers. The adviser's suits have been created in a charcoal fabric, with female advisers having a long-line jacket, pencil skirt or parallel leg trousers. This is teamed with a pink cotton-touch scoop-neck blouse, which is a bespoke design from Sue Stedman. The male advisers have a white business shirt with a three-button jacket and tie; branch managers have a navy multi-stripe suit to offer a visual point of difference for customers.

Niall Fraser, Head of Branches at Dunfermline Building Society said: “The completed uniforms look great, and as a result, we believe the new uniforms help us maintain, and project, a professional image. The team at Sue Stedman Ltd have been great to work with – they are extremely responsive, very approachable and have delivered a classic uniform within the budget and our deadline.”

Sue Stedman, founder and director of Sue Stedman Limited said: “We have enjoyed working with the team at Dunfermline Building Society to help create a refreshed uniform for their advisers and branch managers. We have already received positive feedback from several wearers saying how well the uniforms fit, which is always extremely satisfying to hear. Ultimately, if you look good, you feel good, and this will shine through when talking to customers.”

Sue Stedman Limited

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